Democracy Now! Tuesday, May 13, 2003
Gore Vidal on the "United States of Amnesia," 9/11, the 2000 Election and the War in Iraq
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One of America’s most acclaimed essayists and historians in an extended interview with Democracy Now’s Amy Goodman. We’ll also hear a recent speech by Gore Vidal recorded last week.
Britain’s Longest Serving MP Tam Dalyell Criticized for Calling Bush Administration a "Cabal"
Democracy Now! hosts a debate between Dalyell and Eric Moonman of the Zionist Federation on whether the statements were anti-semitic.
U.S. Sends Chief Weapons Search Team Home From Iraq Empty-handed
Washington Post reporter Barton Gellman, just back from Iraq, discusses the failure of the U.S. to uncover evidence of biological, chemical or nuclear weapons in Iraq.
The Philippines: The Next Front in the War on Terror?
As Filipino police make an arrest in Saturday’s bombing, we’ll hear from Philippine author and journalist Luis Francia, author of Vestiges of War: The Philippine-American War and the Aftermath of an Imperial Dream, 1899-1999.